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Re: Looking for Sechrist/Brown pictures
Posted by: Jean Brown (ID *****0741) Date: March 19, 2009 at 07:32:22
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Sechrist/Brown pictures by Linda Schmidt of 826

I went back and looked at some of my info. I was mistaken, Grandfather was John Walker Brown, Beth Haven cemetary(erath co.)I discussed this with the Brown that owned the appliance store in S'ville. years ago. He told me they lived out toward lingleville. I believe my Aunt was a Reeves,we called her Frenchie, worked for Tarleton for years. I have been to a few reunions at the old cemetary,back in the 60's. Mom lives in Italy,Tx. She has some old picts. Next time I'm down there I will dig them out and see if they help. I believe dad was adopted when his mom married Mr.Brown, he was young because Frenchie did a lot in raising him. Don't know all the details, but I would appreciate all you have on the family. I am Jean L.Brown,Two sons James and John Dale, Grand kids (6) Parker,Ella,Foster,Karter--Hannah,Mathew- Brown. Thankyou for your reply. Ps- my name is spelled like a girl but I was named after my dads best freind that was killed in WWII,Jean Louis Hurtenburger.Thanks JB


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